neoromanzo d’appendice

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Italian term or phrase:neoromanzo d’appendice
Romanian translation:roman foileton
Entered by: Nona Stanciu Dell'Acqua

22:38 Nov 30, 2009
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Italian to Romanian translations [PRO]
Art/Literary - Poetry & Literature
Italian term or phrase: neoromanzo d’appendice
Context: "I due personaggi sono gli eroi di questo *neoromanzo* d’appendice."
M-am gandit la doua variante:
- neo-roman foileton
- roman foileton
Am nevoie de ajutor pt a gasi formularea cea mai fidela si corecta. Mersi :)
Nona Stanciu Dell'Acqua
Italy
Local time: 15:33


Summary of answers provided
3nou roman foileton
Irina Aelenei


  

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nou roman foileton


Explanation:
Articol sau fragment de roman inserat în partea de jos a paginilor unui ziar, reviste ecc
Roman-foileton = roman care se publică pe fragmente într-o serie de numere consecutive ale unui periodic.

Example sentence(s):
  • "De obicei, lansarea in cuprinsul ziarului a cate unui nou roman-foileton este precedata de o reclama revelatoare" (Dinu Pillat). ...

    Reference: http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romanzo
    Reference: http://stiri.rol.ro/content/view/78232/2/
Irina Aelenei
Italy
Local time: 15:33
Native speaker of: Native in RomanianRomanian
PRO pts in category: 4
Notes to answerer
Asker: Iti multumesc Irina, dar am gasit termenul pt. aceasta traducere. Spor la lucru!

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